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Old   February 14, 2013, 15:25
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Attachment 19030Attachment 19030Dear friends

Please find the attached geometry for your kind discussion. I am struggling to get quality mesh in the V shaped modelling.Actually the model is axisymmetry. I have taken 5 degree slice.

I need your kind attention to give some idea to get quality mesh near the sharp edge. I found the skewness near the edge is always 0.94 .


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use insert method -> multizone and insert mapped face see what it can do... may i ask why you choose only 5 degres ?
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use insert method -> multizone and insert mapped face see what it can do... may i ask why you choose only 5 degres ?
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The geometry is axisymmetry, I have chosen 5 degree slice to reduce memory requirement and solution time

I am trying to do 2 way fsi . The picture shown above is single object fluid modelling.I also tried mapped face meshing I could not rid of the skewness at the sharp edges . Any other option please.

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I assume you are using CFX for simulation. change to Fluent.
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